Family affair! Sunrise host Samantha Armytage joins her parents at a lavish luncheon to celebrate her new role as a Weight Watchers ambassador
She has reportedly signed a $250,000 deal to become Weight Watcher’s newest celebrity ambassador.
And Samantha Armytage looked thrilled with her new role on Thursday, when she attended a celebratory luncheon at the Chiswick restaurant in Woollahra, Sydney.
The Sunrise host, 42, looked glowing as she flaunted her recent 10kg weight loss while posing with her mother Elizabeth and father Mac inside the exclusive party.
Family affair! Sunrise host Samantha Armytage joined her parents, Elizabeth and Mac, at a lavish luncheon to celebrate her new role as a Weight Watchers ambassador on Thursday
Samantha was dressed to impress in a black sleeveless $1,300 Dion Lee frock, previously worn by the Duchess of Sussex, that highlighted her slimmed-down frame.
She paired her expensive dress with smart heels and favoured a glamorous makeup palette for the occasion.
The breakfast TV star couldn’t wipe the smile off her face at the event, which was also attended by several of her Channel Seven colleagues.
Glamorous: The Sunrise host, 42, looked glowing as she flaunted her recent 10kg weight loss at the Chiswick restaurant in Woollahra, Sydney. Pictured with journalist Nicole Byers (right)
Showing their support: Sunrise co-anchor David Koch and his wife Libby were in attendance
Sunrise co-anchor David Koch and his wife Libby were in attendance, as well as panelists Natalie Barr, Mark Beretta and Edwina Bartholomew.
Guests were treated to a lavish menu that consisted of olive-oil soaked focaccia, roasted baby corn and garden beetroot.
Mains ranged from fried spatchcock chicken to kingfish sashimi, and diners also shared plates of whole roasted chicken and Moran Family lamb shoulder.
Dressed to impress: Sally Obermeder (left), Kylie Gillies (centre) and Edwina Bartholomew (right) looked in high spirits as they posed at the upmarket restaurant
Girl power: Samantha is pictured with Kylie Gillies (left), Edwina Bartholomew (second from right) and Sunrise newsreader Natalie Barr (right)
Samantha turned to Weight Watchers, now known as WW, while looking for a weight loss program that could accommodate her demanding career.
She has repeatedly insisted she isn’t on a ‘diet’ in the traditional sense, but instead is focusing on improving her overall health and wellness.
‘It’s about being healthy and feeling strong and fit,’ she said on Sunrise on Thursday. ‘It’s not all about weight loss – but guess what, I’ve lost 10 kilograms!’
Indulgent: Guests were treated to a lavish menu that consisted of olive-oil soaked focaccia, fried spatchcock chicken and kingfish sashimi. Pictured: Sally Obermeder
Samantha has been able to incorporate regular exercise into her busy routine, despite waking up at 3.15am every weekday.
She works out at the gym twice a week, preferring boxing and weight training, and also walks her Labrador daily.
‘I feel great, absolutely fantastic,’ she told News.com.au earlier this week.
‘Being a bit lighter and having more energy throughout the day really helps. It’s a nice feeling and I want to keep going.’
Great effort! Samantha turned to Weight Watchers, now known as WW, while looking for a weight loss program that could accommodate her demanding career